Average Salary: £25,000 - £28,000 per annum
A Payroll Advisor is an integral part of any payroll department, with a number of important responsibilities to ensure the smooth running of the wider payroll department. While the most important task for a payroll team is ensuring that all employees are paid on time and with the correct amount, there are also other important duties which must be performed. This includes the distribution of many tax and financial related documents, many of which are essential for tax purposes.
Qualifications to progress: CIPP National Payroll Certificates, CIPP Practitioner Certificate in Payroll, Advanced Practitioner Certificate in Payroll and Diploma in Payroll, IAB Certificate, and Diploma in Payroll or Computerised Payroll
Average Salary: £35,000 - £50,000 per annum
A Payroll Manager is the most important role within the payroll team. The payroll manager tends to look after the payroll team and ensure that the department runs smoothly and effectively. With salaries being hugely important to employees and the employer alike, this role is vital and ideal for someone who has a great deal of experience within the industry.
Qualifications to progress: BA (Hons) in Applied Business and Management (CIPP), MSc in Business and Reward Management (CIPP).
It’s important to remember that professional development shouldn’t stop when you reach Manager or Director Level. Given changing legislation and technologies in payroll, keeping your skills and knowledge current is essential to remain competitive on a professional level.
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